Ontario positioned to lead move to de-carbonized economy, School of Environment panel says
Friday, December 16, 2016 11:43:06 AM
New economic wave to dwarf the tech revolution
Canada is making strides toward finding cooperative market-based solutions to reducing greenhouse gas emissions both at home and abroad. According to Ontario's Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, Glen Murray, an alliance with Quebec and California puts Ontario at the forefront of a new de-carbonized economy that will generate six times the economic expansion created during the information technology revolution. Murray was s part of an expert panel that convened to review the 2016 UN climate change negotiations in Marrakech and its implications for Canada and the provinces, at the fourth annual Willis and White Thought Leadership Event on the environment presented by University of Toronto School of the Environment.
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